NRS 211A.110
Duties of chief.

The chief shall:


Hire assistant alternative sentencing officers and other employees as necessary to carry out the responsibilities of the department within the limitations of appropriations to the department by the governing body.


Direct the work of all assistants and employees.


Be responsible for the fiscal affairs of the department.


Be responsible for the completion of any report regarding an investigation or the supervision of a probationer or a supervised releasee and any report requested by the court or the governing body.


After reviewing and considering recognized correctional programs and courses for training correctional staff, develop and provide to assistants and other employees training in methods and policies regarding the investigation and supervision of probationers and supervised releasees, the recordkeeping of the department and the reporting on matters relating to probationers and supervised releasees.


Submit a written report, on or before January 31 of each year, to the governing body and to each court having jurisdiction over a probationer or a supervised releasee under the chief’s supervision, setting forth in detail the activities of the department during the previous calendar year. The report must include statistical data concerning the department’s activities and operations and the probationers or the supervised releasees who were under the supervision of the department during that period.


Advise the court of any probationer or supervised releasee who has violated the terms or conditions of his or her suspended sentence, residential confinement or pretrial or presentence release.

Source: Section 211A.110 — Duties of chief., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-211A.­html#NRS211ASec110.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 211A.110’s source at nv​.us